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... hour flight to Madrid, before an hour stopover and then onto Bogota, the capital of Colombia another ten hours away. Being a day flight and our much appreciated exit row seats made the time go quickly. Although the flight was with Iberia we found it very odd as they had the old school screens up the front - no individual screens! Even for business. So you had to ...
... did by melting it all down.
The Donacion Botero, is full of works by Botero, both his paintings and more of the sculptures I saw earlier in Columbia. He is keen on the fuller figure and all his work show people of large proportions, but with normal size eyes/mouth etc. Odd.
As with all of South America there are lots of very richly decorated Churches. Having said this the Santuario Nacional Nuestra Senora Del Carmen was a pleasant surprise, when May and ...
I made my way from bogota to Leticia. I couldn't wait to be off the plane and to my final destination as I'm running down the stairs I look over and look at most of the plane takin pictures of it, not realising that that's the first time they hav prob been on a plane. The airport was a tiny little room and the baggage claime was a free for all out of 50 people of the flight about ...
... thought i'd stick my shorts on as it was starting to warm a bit and i'd be on a bike, turns out I was the only man in Bogota to wear shorts! I've since discovered it's considered a formal city and therefore everyone wears trousers whatever the weather! Three Aussies joined me for the bike ride, they also donned shorts and we were the funny gringos on tour! Fernando our guide was great and it was a really brilliant introduction to Bogota, ...
The museum also has an incredibly delicate replica of a solid gold raft used by chieftans to make offerings to the Gods. Obviously in miniature!
The amazing thng about this is the intricacy of the design and the fact that it was descoved intact.
After the museum we had a walk around town to Plaza Bolivar (named after Simon Bolivar- the liberador in these parts) and then struggled to find our second stop, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility